Belmont Standard

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by Chris Rumeau (rumeauc1)

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Cute little animation for this font:

https://youtu.be/JXS1HP7pemw

To see the making of:

https://rumeautype2.weebly.com/project-i.html

Belmont Semibold:

https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1494610/belmont-semibold

Belmont Bold:

https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1502320/quigley-bold-2-1

Info: Created on 12th March 2018 . Last edited on 13th March 2018.
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6 Comments

@Chris Rumeau (rumeauc1) - Very nice pixel font.  Is there an inspiration for this design?

Comment by Goatmeal 13th March 2018
Comment by Chris Rumeau (rumeauc1) 13th March 2018

@Goatmeal Yes! This was actually for a Typography class, the challenge was to just create a font using pixels. I wanted to combine the modular, even contrast of Blackletter calligraphy with the "save-every-pixel" conservative style of old arcade unicode fonts. So I wanted the font to be a mix of the two, reusing stems and loops as much as possible and only making unique shapes when necessary. The process started on gridded paper and ink, and I worked out the kinks until I could comfortably move it to a digital form (and Fontstruct has been a godsend in that regard).

Castlevania was a big source of inspiration too, hence the name Belmont after the main character

Also the sample above is only allowed at a max of 1 megabit. 1mB, not 1MB, so pardon the low quality and poor kerning

Comment by Chris Rumeau (rumeauc1) 13th March 2018

i like how it's simple, but it also does a good job at being a blackletter. great work!

Comment by Poiqz 13th March 2018

The documentation is fantastic. I'd love to see a version with more characters.

Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 13th March 2018

I know, meek.

Comment by anonymous-1520403 13th March 2018

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